Part two of the ep trilogy. "dyskoteka", polish for discotheque, opens with a sample you should recognize by yourself in its unique sound asthetics. Within the song an organ appears for the first time, even tough there are bouncing synths and distorted guitars. "troutfishing" develops with a recognizable B4-motive and the straight use of live drums a more rockish atmosphere than the previous released tracks.
"this afternoon we went for eels" opens with a dominant rave-motive, cricketchirping and a neckbreaking rythmshift. The grumpy drums accentuate the synthline unobtrusively. "sun and paperindustry" is mainly build on a strongly repetitive glockenspiel pattern. Fieldrecording, heavy synthesizer chords and the jazzy voice of Lena create a song out of this tricky loop. The eels ep started the fuellsand ep-trilogy, in wich three eps with two songs each are to be released.
Strings, Harps, Child Choirs. Fuellsand rallied a bunch of friends from the extended 12rec. network round themselves and created an atmospheric and intense collection of dark song hybrids. The path of minimal music, indierock and electronica, prescribed by the 3 EPs is getting expanded by different elements: Jazz-Trumpet player G. v. Abendroth and DJ Freeze focus and shape material that turned out rather ambient in the past, the love songs (now living in Berlin) adds explicit beats and Nils,... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Artronica, Electro-organic Source: www.12rec.net
Track five and six of the fuellsand ep-trilogy. The new compositions appear more intense and compact. With "i didnt even notice" there is a synthie-groover and "the approaching siren" catches up to "sun and paper industry" of the eels ep as a dark jazz-hybrid with heavy stage piano chords. Plus: An euphorical tribute to the g-funk and hot chicks in the artwork. what more can you ask for?